Ayurveda Work place training!

AIHM/AIHFE is now considering to provide more flexible clinical training options for our graduates. As a part of the Advanced Diploma of Ayurveda training/qualification, students are required to complete 400 hours of clinical training. Currently, this training is provided in our Perth Campus clinic by an intensive clinic mode conducted 5 times from the 4th term. While this a great way to finish your clinical training, we understand some students, particularly those who are living out of Perth, find it difficult to come to Perth due to the cost involved with travelling and accommodation and other commitments.

To assist those students, we are planning to offer workplace training and assessment in place of student’s choice, provided there is a willing suitably qualified practitioner (advanced Diploma or higher qualification in Ayurveda, recognised in Australia) to gather required evidence, a suitable clinic and facilities.

We will be financially rewarding the practitioners for this service as well. All the assessment decision will be made by our qualified practitioners. The practitioners at the workplace are not required to have training and assessment qualification.

As you can see our flexibility and the quality of delivery and the cost is second to none. You can study all the theory units from anywhere on the planet, as long as you have a good internet connection and a computer. You can interact with fellow students and teachers in real time, in our virtual classrooms and tutorials. All the lectures and tutorials are recorded and if you missed out any class, you can listen to it any time that suit you and any number of times. There are no final exams, and your skills are assessed by way of ongoing assessment (assignment/ case studies/ clinical assessment). Eligible students can apply for a $5000.00 scholarship. You can also pay the tuition fees by interest-free installments. There is no better time than now for you to apply!

The applications to the course will be closed on 23/03/19 . If you still haven’t sent your application, and seriously considering becoming a qualified Ayurveda practitioner please do it now before it is too late.